The Government has announced £20m of funding for the development of new technology that will support the shift to electric vehicles (EVs).
Paul Holland, managing director for UK Fuel at Fleetcor, feels that the UK government should capitalise on EV developments and help fleets make the switch.
Transport authorities from major UK cities are urging the Government for more funding to help urban fleets make the switch to electric vehicles (EV).
The Government has launched a consultation to decide how it will stop vehicles from blocking pavements.
Hybrid cars, including mild-hybrid and plug-in, will be required if the Government is going to achieve it’s ambition of banning the sale of Internal Combustion Engine cars by 2035.
The BVRLA has written to the Chancellor outlining how fiscal stimulus for the fleet sector could boost the country’s economic recovery and accelerate the transition to cleaner transport.
The Government is consulting on the adoption of new EU type approval legislation, which gives authorities enhanced powers of scrutiny over manufacturers and test agencies.
The Government expects up to 6,000 additional rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers will be required across the UK’s motorways and major A roads by 2035.
The government has launched a consultation to investigate the use of micromobility vehicles, flexible bus services and mobility as a service (MaaS).
Action taken to reduce rogue car park charges.
Speeding ticket offences have increased each year since 2011.
Rospa call for permanent BST to reduce accidents.
East Lothian Council has chosen SWARCO eVolt to supply its electric vehicle (EV) charging units.
The Government has revealed plans to have new-build homes fitted with their own EV charging point.
The Government will launch a new consultation this summer with the intention of increasing the penalties for vehicles left idling.
Roads Minister Michael Ellis has today (24 June 2019) announced that all government-funded home chargepoints installed in the future must be ‘smart’.
ClientEarth has written to 38 local authorities in England and Wales warning of the legal risk of inaction on air pollution
The Government has again ignored calls to bring forward the 2% BIK rate for pure EVs from April 2020 to April 2019.
Government-funded and commercial-backed ventures are seeking to identify solutions to some of the most pressing concerns around EV charging infrastructure.
The AA has called on British Government to help alternative fuels flourish, as the fleet industry indicates a “strong desire” to use them.
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